This national chain is a household name, thanks to its deep-dish and stuffed-crust pies.. In Short Kid-friendly eat-in restaurants and small takeout shops alike sport interiors done in the signature red and white with a touch of yellow. Orders are placed at the counter--whether customers choose to stay or go--and pies are baked per request. Pizzas--from the hand-tossed to the twisted crust--dominate the menu, but the restaurant also offers chicken wings, salads and cinnamon bread sticks.
Worst Environment I've ever eaten in!.
I dined in this restaurant on December 23,2007. There was only one other couple in the restaurant yet there were more dirty tables than clean ones. The crew was dancing around to hip hop while the manager sat in the background and watched. Their appearances were sloppy and shirts untucked, and the food wasn't too great to boot! We sat for a long time with empty glasses and had to flag our waitress down for our check. I guess we interrupted 'Soul Train'. I haven't worked in food service for over 10 years but is this what it has come to? The music was loud, the place was dirty and the crew was extremely unprofessional with their dancing to rated R music, I thought I was going to a family restaurant but I felt like I was at a club. If you can avoid it, don't eat here!! I would make the drive to some other Pizza Hut.